There isn’t much to talk about the 2021 S-Class design since they’re still covered. However, Mercedes-Benz reported incorporating AR windshields into their fall lineup of cars.
Even though we are less than a month away from the official unveiling of the seventh generation Sonderklasse, Mercedes-Benz hasn’t missed the boat when it comes to revealing too many design details of the car yet.
Spy photographers have once again caught the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class flagship luxury sedan. This time, the prototypes have dropped their camouflage on all parts. We also get to see model cars in both short- and long-wheelbase forms.
2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class W223 Looks
As of now, we already know that this year’s Mercedes-Benz S-Class will have a pretty look, thanks to a blurry security camera leak, and most spy shots so far have managed to give us a bright look at its proportions.
We have no concept of how well the engine ‘breathes’ through the car material since every air intake seems to be covered. However, it was probably a short drive anyway.
We also get a bright look at the car’s flush-mounted pop-out door handles. They’re small and rounded as expected—a unique design for a sedan like the S-Class.
Unlike any one of its predecessors, the W223 S-Class will have a revolutionary interior with a center touch screen display. Plus excellent haptic feedback so that it will be easier to use even when you are on the road.
Tech and Features
A new generation of the acclaimed MBUX infotainment system, according to Auto Evolution, will take care of most things inside, with a combination of touch, language and gesture control. This command will be the only way to control the plethora of high-tech features of the car.
From the range of unique novelties introduced by Mercedes-Benz sedans, we will also find an HD heads-up display system inside the vehicle. It also comes with augmented reality for easy navigation, making the driver feel safe just like in a video game driving in an unfamiliar place.
It will also work in coordination with current standard depth sensors to show safe following distance for the car directly ahead, revealing a glowing green line underneath it that will turn yellow or red if drivers get too close.
An assortment of mild-hybrid, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid options will be available, with inline-six, V8, and even four-cylinder architectures later in the production cycle. The V12 will live on but only in Mercedes-Maybach versions, with the AMGs being strictly powered by revamped versions of the 4.0-liter V8.
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